I plan on using a registered agent service for that portion but need to put an address for the business. Generally PO Boxes are not allowed, but I didn't know if the Real Street Address feature satisfied the requirements in the state of California
I will add that when you use a real street address your agreement with the post office specifically states that You may not use the street address option as your physical residence or place of business in legal documents .....
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Subject to the situation pointed out by Mr. Green with respect to the US Postal Service, an agent with a physical street address (especially if it staffed by employees authorized to accept documents) may satisfy the requirements of a business address.
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